Ted Johns

I was born in Seaforth, Ontario and educated at Mitchell D.H.S. and the University of Toronto. My theatre school was Theatre Passe Muraille where I helped make over a dozen collective creations with Paul Thompson. During those years I typed out and edited The Farm Show and helped preserve various other collectives. I have since written around fifteen plays and I am told I am the Blyth Festival’s most produced playwright. I have also worked as an actor and a director and am particularly proud of helping New Brunswick’s Marshall Button launch his great Lucien series. In 2007 I received a Harold Award for my contributions to Toronto Theatre. None of my plays are published but my work is available in copyscript from PGC.

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